The Caddo Herald
May 6, 1910
Of Local Interest
Farmers, if you need money till fall see J. H. Cossart.
If you need hauling to be done see Sargent Bros. They are reliable.
Thorough-bred single comb prize winning Rhode Island Red chickens, none better at any price. Eggs $1.00 per 15. Address Mrs. Lizzie Pirtle, Emory, Texas.
Ask at the Caddo National Bank about insuring land titles in the Southern Surety Company.
A full line of the famous Hygienic toilet articles always on hand. Mrs. Mary Hill
I have some thorough bred Poland China pigs; dam of pigs, “Princess Perfection”, No. 125513, for sale at a bargain. See me for good stock. H. C. Simonton, 4 ½ miles west of Caddo.
First class watch repairing done at Malone’s. Low prices.
Messr. A. B. and D. McCoy visited their sister in Wapanucka this week.
Chas. E. McPherren from Durant was a visitor in the city this week.
Mrs. Lewis, from Bokchito, was the guest of Mrs. R. C. Alexander this week.
A.P. Russell, a prominent business man of Durant, visited his sister, Mrs. R. C. Alexander of this city last Sunday.
Mrs. H. R. Jones is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sparks, in Fort Worth, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hancock came up from Banty last Friday to attend the graduating exercises of the high school.
Mrs. J. C. Haden, from Durant, visited relatives in town this week.
Mrs. White, nee Phoebie Hampton, of Oklahoma City, visited friends in Caddo this week.
Miss Ronan left Wednesday for her home in Sherman, Texas.
Ruel F. Taylor, of Durant, candidate for sheriff, was in town last Saturday.
Dr. James, candidate for reelection as county treasurer, was in the city last Saturday.
Mr. E. K. Smith of Colbert, who aspires to the treasuryship of Bryan County, was a business visitor in the city Monday and Tuesday.
W. F. Semple spent several days this week in Guthrie and Oklahoma City on business.
Foley’s Kidney Pills are antiseptic, tonic, and restorative and a prompt corrective of all urinary irregularities. Refuse substitutes. Sold by druggists.
Miss Vivian Allen was called to Boswell this week on account of an accident to her father on the Frisco R.R. He was not seriously injured.
For sale- Good top buggy in first class condition. For particulars inquire at this office.
Miss Dorcas Gore came up form Durant Friday and spent several days with relatives here.
Miss Audra Phillips spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, returning to Durant Monday.
Miss Edith Gragg, from Durant, attended the graduating exercises here last Friday night.
Miss Clara Petty spent the weekend with the home folks, returning to Durant Monday.
Mrs. H. W. Wells and Miss Madge Mattox attended the district federation of women’s clubs at Tishomingo this week.
Mrs. C. A Bilbo was a Durant visitor Wednesday.
Miss Ethel Cobb, accompanied by her father, G. S. Cobb, were Sherman visitors Monday. They went to consult a specialist concerning the spider bite from which Miss Ethel has been suffering.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Diffenderffer left this week for Missouri.
Miss Phyllis Hancock has returned to her home at Banty. She was a member of the Class of ’10, Caddo High School.
Chas. Trent is spending the week at Tioga, Texas.
The Bryan County Land Agency, loans made on city and farm property at a low rate. List your property with us; we want your business. See A. B. Rutherford, A. S. Rutherford building.
Sam Maytubby attended the Grand Lodge K. of P. at Muskogee this week.
Prof. Thiers and family left this week for Wichita, Kans. where they will make their future home.
An interesting meeting of the Home Mission Society was held with Mrs. Cobb on last Tuesday afternoon.
The Presbyterian Aid Society gave a most delightful picnic Monday as a courtesy to Mr. and Mrs. Thiers, who leave this week for Wichita, Kans. to make their future home. The day was pleasantly spent in fishing, boating, and other amusements. A large crowd attended and all report having had a most delightful time.
By special request the members of the choir who sang for the Baccalaureate Services repeated the song service at the Presbyterian Church last Sunday evening to a large and appreciative audience.
Chamberlain’s Stomach and liver Tablets will clear the sour stomach, sweeten the breath, and create a healthy appetite. They promote the flow of gastric juice, thereby inducing good digestion. Sold by Corner Drug Store.
Miss Vista Slack has returned home from Bee, Okla. where she has been teaching school, her school having closed for the term.
Mrs. W. P. Wood spent several days last week visiting her sister, Mrs. J. K. Bass of this city.
Mrs. O. R. Nicholson and children spent several days visiting her mother, Mrs. Lawrence, last week.
Three new books have recently been added to the Woman’s Club Library. The library fee is 25c per month or 10c a copy.
Never hesitate about giving Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy to children. It contains no opium or to the narcotics and can be given with implicit confidence. As a quick cure for coughs and colds to which the children are susceptible it is unsurpassed. Sold by Corner Drug Store.
The Woman’s Club held an interesting meeting with Mrs. A. E. Folsom last week. The usual business was transacted and program rendered. A committee consisting of Mesdames Folsom and Thiers and Miss White were appointed to buy pictures for the public school building. Dainty refreshments were served.
As a courtesy to Miss Jessie Ronan, who left this week for her home in Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Riddels entertained quite a number of the young people on last Monday evening at their home on West Buffalo Street. Dancing and card games were enjoyed until a late hour. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Manning, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Tanner, Mrs. Oscar Nail, Misses Ronan, Ray, Malone, Allen, Hogan, Folsom, Slack, Harlason, Clower; Messrs. Morris, Semple, Riddels, Earnest and Henry Bass, Hollis and Richard Nicolds, Pitchlynn, and Carraway.
W. F. Dodd left this week for Richmond, Va. to attend the National Pharmaceutical meeting. He will visit Washington, New Your, Niagara and other cities before returning home.
Try a sack of Kansas Soft Wheat flour at Lake Brewer’s.
Prof. G. B. Morris of Durant was in town last week.
Mrs. and Mrs. S. E. Swinney, of Durant, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rutherford this week.
Mrs. H. J. Slack and Miss Vista Moade are visiting in Bonham.
J. W. Crutchfield was business visitor in Durant Wednesday.
Joe Johnson from Caney was in town Thursday on business.
Miss Tessie Yeager of Durant is the guest of Miss Sadie Odil this week.
Bank Commissioners Young and Watson were in the city this week on business.
The Cemetery Club will hold its next regular meeting with Mrs. J. C. Hogan on Wednesday May 11.
Word has been received of the arrival at the home of Lon A. Morris in St. Louis of a fine 9-pound girl. Born last Monday, May 2nd.
There have been three new books recently added to the Woman’s Club Library, among them being the new book by Hamlin Garland, “Cavanaugh”. The Woman’s Club library fee is 25c per month or 10c per copy.
We have prepared to furnish our customers with brick cream at any time on very short notice. Will furnish brick in one or two colors in all sizes from half pint to half gallon. Wm. Malone.
Our menu is complete for this season. For something new and good call in and see our list of drinks for it is the best that has ever been in town. Try the new drinks, they are good. Wm. Malone